I don't drive my car very much. I probably put maybe 300 miles a month on it. Do I need to change the oil if my car is sitting most of the time? During the winter I drive even less. I do go out and start it up and let it run for a little while every so often. It is a 1988 Honda Accord.
Yes, you should - especially if it is only having short runs - that is why either distance or time intervals are given.
You should change the oil and filter annually if you don't drive enough to meet the mileage interval. If you are going to let it idle during the winter there are a few precautions. If your garage is attached to your house move the car out of the garage. If your garage is a separate building at the least leave the door open. In either case don't sit in the car. Even a 1988 Honda in excellent condition can develop an exhaust leak that could lead to carbon monoxide entering the cabin. Let the engine idle to reach normal operating temperature. You want to make sure the oil gets hot enough to vaporize the water that builds up from condensation. The addition of some fuel stabilizer can't hurt as a tank of fuel likely lasts several months.
If you use a Fully Synthetic oil then it should not break down with age like a mineral oil will.